Lockheed Martin Corporation


New Federal Security Screeners Successfully Deployed at All 429 U.S. Airports
Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport Celebrates Accomplishments

On Monday, November 18, 2002, Kenneth Kasprisin, the federal security director for the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) will announce the successful deployment of highly-trained federal passenger screeners to our nation's 429 commercial airports on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the creation of the Transportation Security Administration. This announcement will echo a national announcement being made by Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta at Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA).

  WHO:    Kenneth Kasprisin, Federal Security Director, Minneapolis-St.Paul
           International Airport

          Jeff Hamiel, Executive Director, Metropolitan Airports Commission

  WHAT:   Media event announcing successful deployment of new federal
          passenger screeners to all U.S. commercial airports

  WHEN:   Monday, November 18, 10 a.m.

  WHERE:  Lindbergh Terminal, Second Floor Mezzanine Level at the entrance
          to Gold Skyway

CONTACT: Transportation Security Administration Media Affairs, +1-202-385-1800; or Patrick Hogan, Public Affairs Director of the Metropolitan Airports Commission, +1-612-726-5335; or Thad Madden, Lockheed Martin Media Relations, cell: +1-301-535-4231, or +1-301-240-6356

PRNewswire -- Nov. 15

SOURCE: Lockheed Martin Mission Systems